SB287 is stalled in Carson City and that’s bad news for Nevada taxpayers, who often are left powerless when they can’t get public records they need.
Senate Democrats introduced a new bill Monday that ties revenue from the tax extension directly to education funding.
Despite the breakdown in negotiations that led to the bill’s demise Friday, a key deadline in the Nevada Legislature for bills not declared exempt to pass the second house, stakeholders plan to work together to hash out potential water policy changes.
An amendment to a bill to regulate the marijuana industry now outlaws marijuana lounges in Nevada and even prohibits local governments from allowing them.
A funding bill that is key to balancing Gov. Steve Sisolak’s proposed $8.8 billion two-year budget got expedited action in committee Thursday, as well as another measure anchoring Democrat-backed efforts to raise the state’s minimum wage.
What looked like consensus over a water-rights bill a month ago has once again devolved into discord in the Nevada Legislature, where the bill may die before a Friday deadline.
Nevada could soon become the latest to pledge to give its Electoral College votes to whichever presidential candidate wins the national popular vote, even if another candidate gets the most votes in the state.
A bill that would restore voting rights to felons in Nevada is on its way to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s desk, after the state Senate approved the measure on a party-line vote Wednesday.
The Pupil-Centered Funding Plan, which was unveiled last week, calls for a complete rewrite of the state’s current funding formula.
Hundreds gathered at a downtown Las Vegas church on Saturday morning to pay their respects to the late Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson.
The past week in Carson City taught us that you can’t promise the world without the tools to deliver. And so far, Nevada lawmakers don’t have the funds to fix public education.
After Nevada lawmakers used marijuana excise tax money to boost per-pupil funding in schools, they were at pains to find money to fund school safety and the popular Millennium Scholarship.